From the monthly archives: September 2011

Bill Haas kept giving way the Tour Championship, and he kept clawing back. In the end, an improbable up-and-down from a water hazard propelled Haas to a playoff victory – and the title of 2011 FedEx Cup champion.

Oh, plus a pair of checks worth a combined $11.44 million, not to mention a likely spot […]

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Kenneth Ferrie emerged victorious from an all-England playoff at the Austrian GolfOpen, defeating Simon Wakefield on the first hole of sudden death.

The win was Ferrie’s first since 2005 and third of his career, which had been stuck in neutral for years. Ferrie ranked 355th in the world entering the Austrian GolfOpen, with a […]

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Great Britain & Ireland fended off a furious rally by the Continental Europe team to claim the Vivendi Seve Trophy, 15 ½ points to 12 ½, at St.-Nom-la-Breteche in France.

Holding a comfortable five-point lead heading into the final day’s singles matches, GB&I were assaulted by a hot Continental squad led by Thomas Bjorn. […]

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Just when Justin Rose’s Sunday stroll to the BMW Championship got a little rocky, the Englishman chipped in for birdie on the 71st hole to seal his third PGA Tour victory.

Justin time, indeed.

Rose opened with an 8-under-par 63 on Thursday and opened a five-shot lead with 10 to play in the final […]

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Add another KLM Open trophy to Simon Dyson’s case. The Englishman simply owns this Dutch event.

With birdies on four of his final seven holes, Dyson surged to a one-shot victory – his third at the KLM, all since 2006 — over countryman David Lynn. Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy finished two back.

Dyson’s Sunday […]

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Just two weeks removed from his maiden PGA Tour win, Webb Simpson claimed his second victory at the Deutsche Bank Classic in Norton, Mass. His sudden-death triumph over Chez Reavie earned Simpson $1.44 million and – more importantly – put him in the driver’s seat of the FedEx Cup playoffs.

Simpson, who won the […]

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Step aside, Lee and Rory. Take a seat, Mr. Kaymer. Thomas Bjorn is the hottest golfer in Europe.

The 40-year-old Dane overtook three of the game’s brightest stars, along with a bevy of other challengers, with a final-round 62 to win the Omega European Masters in Switzerland. The four-shot victory followed Bjorn’s playoff win […]

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